Tempiras the King is a work widely thought to be the greatest of Hamishaza’s satiric tragedies.[1]


“What vengeance is this? That he should slumber while I endure? Blood douses no hatred, cleanses no sin. Like seed, it spills of its own volition, and leaves naught but sorrow in its wake.”[2]


  1. Encyclopedic Glossary, ‘Tempiras the King’
  2. The Warrior-Prophet, Chapter 19

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